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Night Log 2020-10-12

13 Oct 2020, 05:50 UTC
Night Log 2020-10-12
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SA: Moses
SO: Thea
Others: Richard (to help with SCAM)


Tonight we observed a good mix of high and low priority blocks despite clouds hanging around for most of the night.

Science data taken for:
2020-1-DDT-008 P0 HRS (Setting the stage for studies of a new young exoplanet)
2019-2-SCI-027 P1 RSS (Searching for multiple supermassive black holes in a single galaxy)
2020-1-MLT-001 P1 HRS (M-sigma relation for a low mass AGNs)
2020-1-MLT-005 P1 RSS (Study of extraplanar diffuse ionized gas in moderately inclined galaxies.)
2020-1-SCI-004 P2 RSS (Population study of stellar rotation rates in open clusters)
2020-1-MLT-002 P2 HRS (HRS study of long-period eclipsing binaries)
2020-1-SCI-013 P2 RSS (Finding young stars and their planets)
2019-1-LSP-001 P2 RSS (Tracing the evolution of the most massive galaxies in the universe)
2020-1-MLT-008 P2 RSS (x3) (Obtaining redshifts for G4Jy sources - the brightest radio galaxies in the southern sky)
2018-2-LSP-001 P3 RSS (Observing optical counterparts of transient objects)
2020-1-SCI-021 P4 HRS (Constraining stellar parameters of Galactic and SMC massive binaries)
2020-1-SCI-001 P4 RSS (Measuring the properites of giant stars in close binaries that may eventually merge and explode.)


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